SOURCE: Nemo Motors Corp.

December 30, 2009 09:00 ET

Nemo Motors Announces Quebec Government Takes Delivery of Low Speed Electric Vehicle, Which Will Be Ambassador for New Eco-Friendly Industry

REDWOOD CITY, CA--(Marketwire - December 30, 2009) - Nemo Motors Corporation (PINKSHEETS: NMOC) announced delivery of its Nemo electric truck to the Government of Quebec showcasing at the National Assembly Campus in Quebec City, Canada.

The new pilot project to introduce Low Speed Vehicles was launched in February 2009 with the goal of nurturing and developing new out-of-the-box technology in the Canadian and particularly Quebec environment proving ground. The Province of Quebec offers huge advantages when test marketing new products with its well-educated and diverse population, well-known as early adaptors of new ideas and technology.

"The Nemo Motors electric truck will be an ambassador for the new eco-friendly industry as supported by the Government of Quebec and will be seen daily on the campus delivering important documents between governmental departments," said Ian Morrice, President of Nemo Motors Corporation. "We anticipate big things from this symbolic first Nemo electric truck accepted by the Minister of Transportation the Honorable Julie Boulet. We are talking a big game because we are a little company with a big story please follow our evolving news."

About Nemo Motors Corporation:

Nemo Motors Corporation is a distributor of a fully recyclable electric utility vehicle named Nemo. After 5 years of research and development, testing and certifications, Nemo Motors has started to deliver its first clients this year. Nemo is an Official Supplier to Transport Canada who has formally approved our Trucks and Accessories. As of December 19, 2007, the Province of Quebec has authorized Nemo to sell & license the trucks under House of Commons vote approval (pilot project), and in addition to British Columbia, Nemo is an Official Supplier to Ontario & Alberta and is approved in 48 States in the USA.

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